Pressure and heat on Ghanaians are unbearable and need a break. The chief of Tuobodom in the Techiman north of the Bono East region, Nana Obeng Ameyaw Barimah said this when observing their yearly Fofie Festival.
Nana Obeng Ameyaw Barimah was on the point that, the total hardship situation in Ghana is unbearable and unmeasurable. He says the increase of common commodities at the market each day including fuel is pathetic. He says we are in the hard times and need prayers.
Nana blames the NPP government despite the COVID-19 outbreak and the Russia and Ukraine war. He says we hear a lot of positive promises, and we don’t see any better hope ahead.
Nana Obeng Ameywa Barimah says the increases in food items, and fuel prices, cement among others look like a nightmare. Nana hinted that, as many Ghanaians keep suffering, our politicians, government appointees, and others close to the presidency keep milking while the rest of Ghanaians are only surviving through God’s intervention.
Nana says the traditional chiefs don’t engage in politics, but they have the right to address issues when the economy is going off track.
Nana Obeng Ameyaw addressing his people at the Tuobodom palace pleaded with them to take a keen interest in their wards’ education. He cautions them to take condemn the nudity dressing among their girl child.
Marking the Fofie Festival, food was prepared and shared among all the people gathered, signifying unity and forgiveness.